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    Default Perception and Judgement....

    extraverted intuition = internal statics of objects
    extraverted sensing = external statics of objects
    extraverted logic = external dynamics of objects
    extraverted ethics = internal dynamics of objects
    introverted intuition = internal dynamics of fields
    introverted sensing = external dynamics of fields
    introverted logic = external statics of fields
    introverted ethics = internal statics of fields

    (source: http://www.socionics.us/theory/information.shtml)

    according to the above... does that mean perception and judgement are the same thing?
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    how did you even get to that question?

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    No, the subject of judgment is perception, the subject of perception is itself alone. This leads to the rational / irrational trait.
     
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    I think that to Judging types Perceptive types only appear irrational because they don't know how the other thinks, the thoughts may seem random and disconnected... It depends which type defines irrational...
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    these are just information spaces, the processing is probably the same though....
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    There is no functional difference between... Entity-relationship-entity and relationship-entity-relationship.... or.... object-field-object and field-object-field
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    According to aspectonics, P refers to information that is integrated, J refers to information that is divided up or sectioned off. Akin to Analog vs Digital.
    Pe would refer to integrated objects.
    Pi to integrated fields.
    Je to divided objects.
    Ji to divided fields.

    It does run into a similar problem like your object-field-object vs field-object-field.
    In that p-j-p is perceiving something as a whole, breaking that information down, and then building up a new perception based on what's left.
    While j-p-j is taking a set of information bits, building up a perception based on that, and then breaking it down again.
    After a couple of steps down the line, there is virtually no difference.
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